If there is any country that can give you the best change of sighting the royal animal, it is only India. When it comes to wildlife in India, nothing can get better than the adventure of Tiger sighting along with the sighting of other species of the Jungle. You get to explore the Tiger Reserve mainly by following a network of jeep tracks that will lead us into the forested areas.
Situated amidst the Vindhya Hills of Madhya Pradesh state, Bandhavgarh National Park and Tiger Reserve has established a reputation as one of the best Tiger sighting reserves in India. Stay for four nights in Bandhavgarh and do six jungle safaris in the National Park which give you ample opportunity to spot the Tigers, Leopard, Sambar deer, Barking deer, Nilgai, Wild boar, the Asiatic jackal, Bengal fox and many more. Known as the crown in the wildlife legacy of Madhya Pradesh, Bandhavgarh is a natural habitat to a wide range of flora and fauna too. Scattered throughout the park, and particularly around the fort, are numerous caves containing shrines and ancient Sanskrit inscriptions.
You can drive to Panna National Park and Tiger Reserve, located by the Ken River which is a little outside of the general tourist map. It is one of the first wildlife parks to be successful in breeding the reintroduced wild tigers and orphaned semi-wild Tigers. It is also an ideal place to escape to for serene appreciation of the country’s sheer natural beauty. The diverse landscape of gorges, plateaus, forests and the majestic Ken River creates surprises around every corner. You can find Leopard, Wild dog, Wolf, Hyena, Caracal and other smaller cats, sloth bear, Dotted deers – Sambhar, Chital and Chowsingha, Nilgai and Chinkara.
To complete you incredible India tour experience, have a taste of India’s rich cultural heritage and amazing architectural prowess at the famous historic city of Khajuraho famous for erotic carvings on its various temples by driving. The remoteness and isolation of Khajuraho have ensured the survival of these great treasures built during the 10th century. The temples represent a happy and almost unique coincidence of religious emotion, abundant patronage, artistic genius, and aesthetic sensibility.